Events

20Nov2017

1st Field Experience begins for most B. Ed. programs. Refer to the Internships & Student Affairs office (ISA) website for details:
www.mcgill.ca/isa

Classified as: Clinical Training/Stage/Field Work, ED (Education), Fall
20Nov2017

Deadline for McGill students in the Faculty of Law only to apply for faculty approval to participate in an exchange program during the 2018-2019 academic year. Students in other faculties have a later deadline.

Classified as: LW (Law), Exchanges and Study Abroad, winter, Fall
20Nov2017

Develop an Advanced Strategic Mind
 

While many managers seek to develop proficiency in “Strategy” or “Leadership,” this innovative new program is the springboard where both fields intersect. On the one hand, long-term imagining and problem-solving – on the other hand, collaboration and communication. The outcome is enhanced strategic decision making and increased individual and team performance.

Classified as: seminar, Leadership, Strategy, training, Montreal, management, Executive Education, McGill Executive Institute
20Nov201709:30
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The WELL Office is pleased to present the next in our Careers in the Curriculum series: Block J: Careers in Psychiatry and Neurology, on Monday November 20, 2017 at 9h35 am, in the Martin Amphitheatre, McIntyre Building.

Our speakers will be:

  • Dr. Leon Tourian, Psychiatry
  • Dr. Michael Sidel, Neurology

I invite you to submit any questions you particularly want to hear about to thewellcareeradvisor [at] mcgill.ca, and I will do my best to include them in the agenda.

20Nov201710:00
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There’s Something in the Water: The Politics of Race, Place & Waste in Indigenous and African Nova Scotian Communities
 

Prof. Ingrid Waldron
Faculty of Health
Dalhousie University

20Nov201709:30
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PhD Oral Defense

Anna Syrowatka, PhD Epidemiology Candidate

Title: Prediction of distress in breast cancer survivors

 

Classified as: PhD Oral Defense
20Nov201710:00
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Mr. Hassan Mahmood, a doctoral student at McGill University in the Strategy & Organization area will be presenting his research proposal entitled:

THE ORGANIZATION AND INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF MAINSTREAM PARTIES IN PAKISTAN

Date: Monday, November 20, 2017
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Room 575 (Samuel Bronfman Building – 1001 Sherbrooke Street West)

All are cordially invited to attend the presentation

Classified as: PhD Program in Management, Hassan Mahmood, Strategy & Organization
20Nov201712:00
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Interested in learning how to practice mindfulness meditation? Have experience with mindfulness and want a place to practice? Registration is not required.

Classified as: counselling services, meditation, wellness, Mindfulness, life-skills
20Nov201712:00
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DR. CLAUDIA KLEINMAN

Assistant Professor

Department of Human Genetics

Quantitative Life Sciences

McGill University

Lecture Title: “Modeling gene expression trajectories in the developing brain: applications to childhood brain tumors”

Monday, November 30, 2017

12:00pm

Room 1345

McIntyre Medical Sciences Building

20Nov201712:00
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Join us for the new Survival workshops for and at McGill, for McGill students, staff and all personnel.

Would you like to learn traditional skill like foraging for edible plants, wood carving, fire starting, shelter building etc.?

Space is limited. Workshops are held over lunch hour once a month at the Redpath Museum. To register please connect: redpath.museum [at] mcgill.ca.

You will need to pay $20 in cash when you arrive. This subsidizes the costs of materials and supplies.

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20Nov201712:00
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Research Watch, a periodical review of research articles published in the leading child welfare journals, is a joint initiative of the Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal (CWRP) and the CRCF. Faculty and graduate students from the Universities of McGill and Toronto meet on a monthly basis to review recently published child welfare studies. The most relevant and well-designed studies are summarized and disseminated through the CWRP's list of over 2,500 subscribers across Canada.

Classified as: Research Watch
20Nov201712:00
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14:00

Location: McLennan Library Building, MS-74

Imagine preventing common mistakes and avoiding confusion when taking on new graduate students. Clarifying Expectations is about articulating roles and responsibilities in supervisory relationships before problems or miscommunications occur.

In this workshop, we will discuss existing Letters of Understanding, work together to set the goals and outcomes, and focus on writing a letter that suits your needs.

Objectives:

Classified as: supervision, graduate supervision
20Nov201712:30
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SIS Seminar Series presents DOLMEN: towards an enriched user experience for online museum collections

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